The dessert shop brings a donut filled with honey to the market – complete with white chocolate icing made from citrus fruits, mini cakes and a honeycomb chip
- Brand reveals honey donuts with chocolate icing and honeycomb fragments
- Sydney’s Donut Papi is launching an epic Save the Bees donut to support bees
- The $ 8.50 decadent donuts will be available starting Wednesday January 20th
A dessert shop has unveiled a honey-filled donut – complete with white chocolate icing made from citrus fruits and a honeycomb chip.
Sydney’s Donut Papi has partnered with New Zealand honey company Waimete Honey Co in an unparalleled collaboration to launch the Save the Bees donuts to help protect bees.
The $ 8.50 decadent donuts are only available for two weeks and feature a white citrus chocolate glaze with pure honey bullseye, a mini honeybee-shaped cake, and a white chocolate honeycomb sliver with wattleseed.
The dessert brand Donut Papi has presented a pampering, honey-filled donut – complete with glassy white chocolate icing and a honeycomb chip
Food lovers can enjoy a delicious sweet treat and support Australia’s smallest but busiest workers, with $ 1 donated to Save the Bees Australia for every donut sold.
As global bee populations shrink, Waimete Honey Co has worked to aid the fight to save the country’s vital bees.
The brand’s parent company, Egmont Honey, practices ethical beekeeping practices, including not using beehives for commercial pollination, to avoid exposure to pesticides and other chemicals.
The $ 8.50 decadent donuts feature a white citrus chocolate icing with pure honey bullseye, a cute cake-shaped honey bee, and a white chocolate honeycomb chip made from Wattleseed
It is known that these problems contribute to the decline in the number of bees and also help to aggressively increase the number of beehives.
And now the two brands have teamed up to raise awareness of the problem.
Save the Bees donuts will be available from Wednesday January 20th through Sunday January 31st. So visit the donut shop in Redfern before it sells out.